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Paul Mooney
Paul Mooney

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Paul Mooney is a news correspondent with the Irish Farmers Journal. He previously worked as farm buildings editor and as agribusiness editor. He farms in Co Kildare and is an Agricultural Science graduate from UCD. Outside of work his personal interests include politics, current and business affairs, literature, anything requiring spanner size 8mm upwards, Gaelic football, hurling.

EU Commission refers to consolidation in the fertiliser sector and the decrease in gas prices.
By Paul Mooney on 18 August 2017
Further cattle boats will be filled for Turkey over the coming weeks.
By Paul Mooney on 17 August 2017
Most factories have pulled prices to €3.85 and are warning of another 5c/kg cut next week.
By Paul Mooney on 17 August 2017
Fertiliser manufacturers will strongly oppose the scrapping of the EU anti-dumping tax.
By Paul Mooney on 17 August 2017
Purcell Brothers will load young bulls, while John Hallissey will load young heifers for breeding use.
By Paul Mooney on 15 August 2017
Supplies are tighter than expected, according to the IFA, but Meat Industry Ireland is pointing to currency changes.
By Paul Mooney on 10 August 2017
The country does not currently have the demand and buying power of the buoyant Turkish market.
By Paul Mooney on 10 August 2017
They are paying about €2/kg to €2.10/kg for heavy lambs and €2.20/kg to €2.25/kg for lighter lots, with the main demand for fleshed ram lambs, preferably with tails.
By Paul Mooney on 10 August 2017
Manufacturers have profiteered while farm incomes have declined, maintains IFA president Joe Healy.
By Paul Mooney on 10 August 2017
No work can be done or payment made before Department approval is given on an application.
By Paul Mooney on 10 August 2017
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